Sep 25, 2023
Marcus and Will dive deeper into the literature
surrounding the potential impacts of feeding on wild turkeys. Join
as they discuss the data on risks of feeding across species,
predation, pathogens, and contaminants and what we can do to
mitigate these risks for turkeys moving forward.
Cooper, S. M., & Ginnett, T. F. (2000). Potential effects of
supplemental feeding of deer on nest predation. Wildlife Society
Dale, L. L. (2014). Potential for aflatoxicosis in northern
bobwhite (Colinus virginianus) exposed to contaminated grain at
feeding stations (Doctoral dissertation, Oklahoma State
Dale, L. L., O'Connell, T. J., & Elmore, D. (2015). Aflatoxins in
wildlife feed: Know how to protect wildlife. Oklahoma Cooperative
Eckert, K. D., Keiter, D. A., & Beasley, J. C. (2019). Animal
visitation to wild pig (Sus scrofa) wallows and implications for
disease transmission. Journal of wildlife diseases, 55(2),
Godbois, I. A., Conner, L. M., & Warren, R. J. (2004). Space‐use
patterns of bobcats relative to supplemental feeding of northern
bobwhites. The Journal of wildlife management, 68(3),
Huang, M. H., Demarais, S., Strickland, B. K., & Brookshire, W. C.
(2022). Identifying aflatoxin exposure risk from supplemental
feeding of deer. The Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 58(2),
Huang, M. H., Demarais, S., Brookshire, W. C., & Strickland, B. K.
(2022). Analysis of supplemental wildlife feeding in Mississippi
and environmental gastrointestinal parasite load. Frontiers in
Veterinary Science, 9, 995437.
Monson, M. S., Coulombe,
R. A., & Reed, K. M. (2015). Aflatoxicosis: Lessons from toxicity
and responses to aflatoxin B1 in poultry. Agriculture, 5(3),
Moore, D. L., Henke, S. E., Fedynich, A. M., & Laurenz, J. C.
(2019). The effect of aflatoxin on adaptive immune function in
birds. Aflatoxins and wildlife, 155-180.
Murray, M. H., Becker, D. J., Hall, R. J., & Hernandez, S. M.
(2016). Wildlife health and supplemental feeding: a review and
management recommendations. Biological Conservation, 204,
Pickova, D., Ostry, V.,
Toman, J., & Malir, F. (2021). Aflatoxins: History, significant
milestones, recent data on their toxicity and ways to mitigation.
Toxins, 13(6), 399.
Rauber, R. H., Dilkin, P., Giacomini, L. Z., de Almeida, C. A., &
Mallmann, C. A. (2007). Performance of turkey poults fed different
doses of aflatoxins in the diet. Poultry Science, 86(8),
Sorensen, A., van Beest, F. M., & Brook, R. K. (2014). Impacts of
wildlife baiting and supplemental feeding on infectious disease
transmission risk: a synthesis of knowledge. Preventive veterinary
medicine, 113(4), 356-363.
Quist, C. F., Bounous, D. I., Kilburn, J. V., Nettles, V. F., &
Wyatt, R. D. (2000). The effect of dietary aflatoxin on wild turkey
poults. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 36(3), 436-444.
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